Japanese cafes

A list of kyomachiya, kominka, nagaya and other types of Japanese style buildings renovated into cafes.

京町家カフェ、古民家カフェ、長屋カフェなどの一覧

Cuddle Day Coffee

A lovely comfortable cafe located in a renovated Nagaya

Nagaya
Built: 1960s

Kissa Kishin

A stylish new restaurant/café, luxury hotel and Japanese high quality goods shop located in East Kyoto.

Ahiru Sweets

A stylish new restaurant/café, luxury hotel and Japanese high quality goods shop located in East Kyoto.

Kominka
Built: 1870s

ARCHI Coffee & Wine

A stylish new restaurant/café, luxury hotel and Japanese high quality goods shop located in East Kyoto.

Kyomachiya
Built: Unknown

Blue Bottle Coffee Kyoto

A stylish new restaurant/café, luxury hotel and Japanese high quality goods shop located in East Kyoto.

Kyomachiya
Built: 1910s

Sugari Ramen

A stylish new restaurant/café, luxury hotel and Japanese high quality goods shop located in East Kyoto.

Kyomachiya
Built: Unknown

DONGREE Books & Story Cafe

A stylish new restaurant/café, luxury hotel and Japanese high quality goods shop located in East Kyoto.

Kominka
Built: Unknown

Bread, Espresso and Arashiyama Garden

Bakery and cafe located in a large former farmhouse/kominka.

Kominka
Built: Unknown

Good Time Coffee

A stylish new restaurant/café, luxury hotel and Japanese high quality goods shop located in East Kyoto.

Kyomachiya
Built: 1920s

Grigio e Ao

A lovely rustic kominka restaurant in the outskirts of Osaka city. 

Kominka
Built: 1940s

Ha Ra

Former kyomachiya renovated into a lovely rustic cafe that sells fantastic food.

Kyomachiya
Built: Unknown

Cafe Marronnier

Ghibli style kominka cafe with retro interior located in central Osaka.

Kominka
Built: 1920s

Oito

Spacious kominka cafe located in Sasayama area with a dimly lit cozy interior.

Kominka
Built: 1800s

Saganoyu

Bathhouse renovated into a lovely spacious café.

Sento (bathhouse)
Built: 1923

Sarasa Nishijin

A stylish new restaurant/café, luxury hotel and Japanese high quality goods shop located in East Kyoto.

Sento (bathhouse)
Built: 1930s

The UNIR Coffee Senses

A former bathhouse renovated into a lovely cozy cafe.

Kyomachiya
Built: 1920s

Blue Bottle Coffee Rokkaku

Blue Bottle Coffee Rokkaku shares a machiya with Tsujimura Bicycle Shop thats over 100 years old.

Machiya
Built: 1910s

Usagi Coffee

Stylish renovated kyomachiya near Nijo castle. 

Kyomachiya
Built: 1920s

Weekenders Coffee Tominokoji

One of the most famous coffee shops in central Kyoto area.

Kutsuroguco

A lovely kominka cafe, located in Shiga.

Kominka
Built: 1940s

Cafe Gallery Sun

A stylish architect cafe and gallery near Kawaramachi station. 

Kyomachiya
Built: 1916

 

Weekenders Coffee Roastery

Weekenders Roastery branch with a lovely inner courtyard.

Kyomachiya
Built: Unknown